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SS&C posts 2Q loss; elevates Kanwar

Gregory Seay |

Windsor financial-technology vendor SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc. says its second-quarter net income swung to red and it also announced reshuffling of top management.

Stanley, Travelers award grants to VentureClash semifinalists

Joe Cooper |

New Britain manufacturer Stanley Black & Decker and property casualty insurer Travelers Cos. on Thursday each awarded $25,000 innovation grants to semifinalists of VentureClash's $5 million global...

SS&C plans to acquire Boston software co. for $1.4B

Joe Cooper |

Windsor financial-software and services vendor SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc. continued its shopping spree this week announcing plans to acquire a Boston-based provider of investment software for...

Insurer taps New Haven diabetes exercise tech

Matt Pilon |

Harvard Pilgrim, which sells group health insurance in Connecticut, said it has arranged to use a New Haven medtech's exercise app designed to help diabetes patients lose weight and lower their blood...

Bloomfield’s LiquidPiston seeking investors

Joe Cooper |

Bloomfield's LiquidPiston Inc. has launched a second equity crowdfunding effort to continue its development of engine combustion technology.

Horizon Tech's 2Q net rises

Gregory Seay |

Farmington's Horizon Technology Finance Corp. posted higher second-quarter net income from its venture-loan stakes in technology, life-sciences, clean-tech and health-data and services companies.

W. Hartford-bound Seven Stars Cloud raises $26M

Joe Cooper |

The New York global fintech moving its technology and innovation headquarters to West Hartford's former UConn campus has raised $26 million from two Chinese investors.

Tech's impact on kids: Lawmakers push for research


Kids are spending more time staring at screens, but there's little scientific research about how it affects their health and development.Some...

Barnes' 2Q net rises amid aerospace sales

Joe Cooper |

Bristol industrial-parts manufacturer Barnes Group Inc. said its second-quarter profits grew 9.7 percent thanks to higher sales in its aerospace business.

Biopharm firm taps CI's Wurzer, ex-Hartford CPA to board

Joe Cooper |

A Canada-based biopharmaceutical company, with offices in Guilford, has named Connecticut Innovations' chief investment officer and a former Hartford CPA to its board of directors.

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